It was a struggle against the Angels, but the Mariners ultimately maintained a playoff spot and stayed within reach of the AL West lead.
Plenty of concern as Bryan Woo struggles early and the Mariners cannot recover, as they drop to 1-3 in their crucial 10-game road trip.
The Mariners lose for the first time this season to the Athletics, not helped by the absence of George Kirby and Julio Rodríguez.
Thanks to a seven-run blitz in the third inning, the Mariners put the Royals away early and win 15-2 to stay tied at the top of the AL West.
Julio Rodriguez named AL Player of the Week, J.P. Crawford is reinstated from the Injured List and the Mariners beat the White Sox 14-2.
Julio Rodriguez just can’t stop hitting and he’s giving the Mariners a stronger belief as he continues to grow into a superstar.
Julio Rodriguez has a career day, as he leads the Mariners to a comeback 6-4 win which clinches the four-game series in Kansas City.
Julio Rodriguez leads a potent offense and Luis Castillo pitches an excellent game, as the Mariners dominate the top team in the AL.
The Mariners manage to hold off a rally from the Twins, on a day when Dylan Moore was the surprising star of a high-scoring affair.
The Mariners miss a golden opportunity to get right back in the race for a wild card spot, but still take two of three versus the Blue Jays.
Rodriguez and Kirby will join Kirby on American League All – Star squad.
The Mariners once more show they can compete with a top ballclub, but lose 6-4 to the Orioles in 10 innings at Camden Yards.